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Forms of Lead in Profiles of Differently Use Soil

Author:
Makuch, Iwona
Source:
Roczniki gleboznawcze 2013 v.63 no.4 pp. 41-45
ISSN:
0080-3642
Subject:
fractionation, gardens, horticultural soils, humus, organic matter, soil profiles
Abstract:
In order to determine the influence of intensive horticulture on the amount of lead and its fraction contents, there were selected soil profiles from following objects to be researched: house gardens and allotment gardens from town areas and arable field on the outskirts of the town. It has not been determined that there is any influence of manner usage on total lead content as well as its distribution in soil profiles. The fractionation composition has created the following series: fraction IV > fraction III > fraction II > fraction I. The manner of usage has influenced the content and distribution the III fraction of lead connected with organic matter. Humus horizons of garden soils is characterized as the highest in its content.
Agid:
5208347